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October 29th, 2009

Iranian, French Nano-Scientists Cooperate to Save Polluted Waters

Abstract:
An Iranian researcher from University of Tabriz, in collaboration with colleagues from Nancy Université of France, applied nanocatalysts to degrade aqueous pollutants.

A. R. Khataee, the Iranian scientist conducted several surveys on eliminating three different textile dyes prepared in diluted solutions. In his sets of experiments, he tried to apply titanium dioxide nanocatalyst in an oxidative photocatalytic reaction in order to improve pollutants' removal.

The results of this research work successfully demonstrated almost complete removal of acidy organic pollutants thanks to the applied nanoparticles.

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